Governor Bob Holden has finished action on all pieces of legislation from this year signing several bills, and vetoing others. One bill signed in a ceremony at his Capitol office in Jefferson City, Friday morning, set requirements for insurance companies that use creditreports. Holden says this was one of his priorities from the past legislative session. Holden also signed bills dealing with some Missouri colleges, gray market cigarettes, and emergency communications systems funds forcounties, among others. The Governor vetoed just seven bills from the past legislative session mostly on technical issues.